U.S. Code of Federal Regulations
Regulations most recently checked for updates: Aug 08, 2022
(a) General. A person who acquires a commodity certificate from another person shall be considered to be a “subsequent holder” of the certificate. Subsequent holders of certificates who purchased a commodity certificate on or before January 1, 1990 may, after the expiration date specified on the certificate, submit the certificate to CCC for a payment from CCC determined in accordance with paragraph (b) of this section. All certificates must be submitted after January 2, 1991 and on or before May 28, 1991. Certificates submitted after May 28, 1991 shall not be accepted for payment. Certificates shall be considered to be submitted as of the date of the postmark on the envelope containing the certificate. All certificates submitted for payment must be submitted with, and in accordance with, Form CCC-8. All certificates submitted to CCC for payment shall be retained by CCC.
(b) Payment rates. (1) Certificates with an expiration date of April 30, 1989 or earlier shall not, in any instance, be eligible for payment by CCC. Certificates which are submitted 18 months after the expiration date specified on the certificate shall not be accepted for payment by CCC.
(2) Persons who submit to CCC, in accordance with this section, certificates with an expiration date of May 31, 1989 or later shall receive a payment equal to 50 percent of the certificate's face value if such certificate is submitted within the period which:
(i) Begins 6 months and one day after the expiration date specified on the certificate and
(ii) Ends 18 months after such expiration date.
(3) Persons who submit to CCC in accordance with this section certificates with an expiration date of May 31, 1989 or later shall receive a payment equal to 85 percent of the certificate's face value if such certificate is submitted within the period which:
(i) Begins the day after the expiration date specified on the certificate and
(ii) Ends 6 months after such expiration date.
(c) Transitional rules. In order to provide full benefits under this section to parties whose certificates may decline in value from the date of enactment of section 1122 of the Food, Agriculture, Conservation, and Trade Act of 1990 (November 28, 1990) until the implementation of the provisions of such section, persons who, by January 31, 1991, submit to CCC in accordance with this section certificates with expiration dates of May 31, 1989, June 30, 1989, May 31, 1990, and June 30, 1990, shall receive payments for such certificates as if they had been submitted on November 30, 1990.
(d) Payment limit. (1) No person, as defined in § 719.2(r) of this title, shall receive a payment in excess of $1,000, except that any wholly-owned or wholly controlled entity, such as a corporation, shall be considered to be the same person as the person which owns or controls such entity. Any person who adopts or participates in adopting a scheme or device which is designed to evade this limitation or which has the effect of evading this limitation shall be ineligible to receive a payment under this section. Such acts include, but are not limited to:
(i) Concealing information which affects the application of this section;
(ii) Submitting false or erroneous information;
(iii) Creating fictitious entities for the purpose of evading the application of this section.
(2) No payment shall be paid to a person which is in excess of the amount which the person paid for the certificate.
(e) Application. In order to receive a payment under this section, a person must:
(1) Submit certificates with an expiration date of May 31, 1989, or later with a completed Form CCC-8 to CCC postmarked by May 28, 1991;
(2) Submit no earlier than January 2, 1991 all certificates and Forms CCC-8 to CCC by mail at the following address: CCC Expired Certificate Exchange, Attn: Claims and Collections Division, P.O. Box 419205, Kansas City, Missouri, 64141-6205;
(3) Submit evidence to CCC which establishes to the satisfaction of CCC:
(i) The date the subsequent holder purchased the certificates;
(ii) The price paid by the subsequent holder for the certificates; and
(iii) If requested by CCC, the name and address of the person from whom the subsequent holder purchased the certificates.